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Question de Son, Paris

Studio File
Published March 2018
By Hannes Bieger

Pride of place in the Studio A control room goes to a magnificent vintage Neve console with an unusual and powerful architecture.Pride of place in the Studio A control room goes to a magnificent vintage Neve console with an unusual and powerful architecture.

The recording industry has always been a tough business, especially for studios located in larger cities. Too many famous recording venues have been forced out of business because they couldn’t keep up with rising rents and other expenses. Columbia 30th Street in New York, Olympic in London and, recently, The Magic Shop are just a few prominent examples.

The spacious live room in Studio A.The spacious live room in Studio A.It’s easier for a studio to survive if the business owns the...

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Published March 2018